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Alert

Communicating Health Information Online: Dear College of Medicine Faculty and Staff, Please read the following information from the HIPAA Privacy Office regarding HIPAA and PHI guidance under the current circumstances. Thanks, Information Technology Services College of Medicine, Tucson more...
Warning: COVID-19 Phishing Scams: Dear College of Medicine Faculty, Students and Staff, Malicious email phishing scams continue to target University of Arizona students, faculty and staff at a heightened level. more...
COVID-19 College of Medicine – Tucson Response: As the number of cases of coronavirus infection and disease continue to rise in an increasing number of states, the UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson is providing various directives. more...

NOTICE

NOTICE: Zoom "Bombing" Trend: With the rise of Social Distancing and Shelter-In-Place, people are finding inventive ways to stay in touch. One of these ways is public ‘gatherings’ via Zoom. Because the invites are open to the public and meant to draw a crowd, the meetings often lack basic protections. The links are publicly available, and the sessions are not password protected. This makes those sessions vulnerable to hijacking or ‘bombing.’ (Someone joins with malicious intention to disrupt the gathering/meeting.) more...
COVID-19 IT Information, Resources, and Contingency Plan: Please see this alert from IT for information on Service Hours Change, How to Contact ITS, Working Remotely, How to Stay Up to Date, and How to Practice Safe Computing. more...

The College of Medicine Service Desk is here to support faculty, staff, and students of the College of Medicine - Tucson.

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Phone: (520) 626-8721
Hours: 7:30 AM - 5:30 PM

The College of Medicine – Tucson Service Desk is located on the second floor (ground floor) of the Arizona Health Sciences Library, within the main College of Medicine – Tucson building.

All Recent Alerts & Notices

Mar 23 2020 - 12:30pm to Jul 1 2020 - 12:30pm
Green - Notice

With the rise of Social Distancing and Shelter-In-Place, people are finding inventive ways to stay in touch. One of these ways is public ‘gatherings’ via Zoom. Because the invites are open to the public and meant to draw a crowd, the meetings often lack basic protections. The links are publicly available, and the sessions are not password protected. This makes those sessions vulnerable to hijacking or ‘bombing.’ (Someone joins with malicious intention to disrupt the gathering/meeting.)

Mar 18 2020 - 7:00pm to Jul 1 2020 - 11:30am
Red - Alert

Dear College of Medicine Faculty and Staff, Please read the following information from the HIPAA Privacy Office regarding HIPAA and PHI guidance under the current circumstances. Thanks, Information Technology Services College of Medicine, Tucson

Mar 18 2020 - 6:45pm to Jul 1 2020 - 11:30am
Red - Alert

Dear College of Medicine Faculty, Students and Staff, Malicious email phishing scams continue to target University of Arizona students, faculty and staff at a heightened level.

Mar 14 2020 - 1:30pm to Jul 1 2020 - 2:00pm
Red - Alert

As the number of cases of coronavirus infection and disease continue to rise in an increasing number of states, the UArizona College of Medicine – Tucson is providing various directives.

Mar 13 2020 - 2:15pm to Jul 1 2020 - 1:30am
Green - Notice

Please see this alert from IT for information on Service Hours Change, How to Contact ITS, Working Remotely, How to Stay Up to Date, and How to Practice Safe Computing.